Tue, 22 Oct 2019

Cross Hotels Appoints Red Tree as Rep for UK and Ireland

Cross Hotels & Resorts, a Thailand-based hotel management company owned by Flight Centre Travel Group, has appointed Red Tree as its rep for the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Rob Haynes will head up marketing and sales for Cross Hotels & Resorts in these important source markets.

X2 Oceanphere Pattaya. Click to enlarge.

Paul Wilson, EVP Commercial, Cross Hotels & Resorts, said, The UK and Ireland are extremely important markets for Cross Hotels & Resorts. With a truly unique offering that needs to be taken to the market, I am delighted to have Rob spearhead our further growth plans from this market. Rob is highly respected and holds invaluable relations in these markets that will reaps rewards down the line.

Cross currently operates 24 hotels across Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam, with a further 2,000 rooms under development. The hotels are split between three brands - X2, X2 Vibe and Away.

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